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2 Double Bedroom Converted Former Chapel

Conservatory

Private Garden with Countryside Views

Detached Garage

Driveway with Parking for Several Cars

This imaginatively converted former chapel is located in a popular hamlet 5 miles north of Monmouth. Set on one level and beautifully presented with bright and airy rooms throughout including two double bedrooms and new contemporary kitchen and bathroom. Well-established fenced private garden with countryside views from its upper terrace. Tall detached garage and driveway with parking for several vehicles.

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 The cottage has a painted rendered exterior with inset, leaded, hard wood windows and doors all set under pitched tiled roofs. Internal finishes include moulded skirting boards and architraves and solid oak doors with bronze door furniture. High quality Karndean flooring throughout with the exception of the main bedroom. A LPG gas boiler provides domestic hot water and central heating to radiators throughout.

  
 
 The front entrance is via a hardwood door with leaded stained-glass panels with matching side panel into:

  
CENTRAL HALLWAY:
 L-shaped, with a pair of sliding doors into airing cupboard with slatted shelves. Loft access hatch with ladder. Doors into the following:

  
CLOAKROOM:
 Feature circular window with frosted glass. White low-level WC and wall mounted wash basin with ceramic tiled splash-back. Recently fitted wall mounted Ideal LPG gas boiler.

  
SITTING ROOM:
 4.58m x 4.06m (15'0" x 13'4")
Feature tall, arched top window to front and three-sided bay window to side. Impressive, high vaulted and boarded ceiling. Open fireplace with bathstone surround with slate inset and raised hearth housing professionally fitted woodburner.

  
GUEST BEDROOM 2:
 2.66m x 5.32m (8'9" x 17'5")
Two windows to back overlooking the garden and one to side.

  
FAMILY BATHROOM:
 Window to back with frosted glass into conservatory. White contemporary suite comprising of panelled "Spa" bath with glass shower screen and mixer valve with rain shower and hand held head with ceramic tiling up to ceiling height. White fitted cupboards and drawers with basin set into top with illuminated mirrored cabinet over. Low level WC and ceramic tiling up to dado height to remaining walls. Feature ceiling with low voltage downlighters.

  
MAIN BEDROOM:
 3.32m into bay x 3.60m (10'11" x 11'10")
Three-sided bay window to side with garden views. Purpose built wardrobes along one wall with three sliding panelled doors with shelves and hanging rails at high and low level.

  
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM:
 4.35m x 3.65m (14'3" x 11'12")
Windows to back and side and part glazed door out to conservatory. High quality painted panelled cupboards and drawers set on three sides with carousel units and built-in Bosch dishwasher and washing machine. White "Minerva" worktops set over also incorporating a breakfast bar with chrome support legs. Inset one and half bowl stainless steel sink. "Stoves" double oven freestanding cooker with extractor hood over. Matching tall unit with built in Samsung fridge and freezer. Matching wall units with lighting under and feature red ceramic splashbacks. Low voltage downlighters. Door into:

  
CONSERVATORY:
 3.27m x 1.77m (10'9" x 5'10")
Glazed on three sides set on top of a plinth wall. Power and light. Part glazed door out to garden.

  
OUTSIDE:
 From the public road is a tarmac splay and a pair of wooden gates lead onto the tarmac drive with ample parking and access to the;

  
DETACHED GARAGE:
 6.05m x 4.00m (19'10" x 13'1")
Spacious and constructed to match the cottage with window to side and high roof and a small mezzanine area provides useful storage. Automated up and over door and power and light.

  
GARDEN:
 This is set at the back with a level terrace and bordered by a rockery with mature shrubs and trees. A path leads around the side and there is a small lawned border at the front of the cottage. The driveway and garden is separated by a picket fence with gates and adjacent to the garage steps lead up to a raised sun terrace and beyond to a small wooden summerhouse that enjoys outstanding countryside views.

  
SERVICES:
 Mains water, electricity, septic tank drainage. LPG gas central heating. Council Tax Band: D, EPC Rating E.

  
DIRECTIONS:
 From Monmouth take Old Hereford Road (A466). Proceed up through the Buckholt passing the turning to Welsh Newton Common and the village hall and after a short distance travel down the long Llancloudy hill and Chapel Cottage is the first property on the right.

  
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